An impressive list of resources. Anime rated by difficulty, video game scripts, grammar guides, you name it.
Enables you to write pure Haskell web apps with client-side compositing.
Apparently he isn’t entirely averse to it, and device drivers written in Rust might show up in the kernel at some point.
Failure-atomic msync() enables you to treat an mmap(2)ed file as a transactional data store that is robust in the face of power outages. Famus implements it in user space by employing write-ahead logging. As a bonus it optionally versions your file and lets you go back in time as needed.
A website where you can practice writing Japanese by drawing on the screen. Kana, Kanji, and vocabulary, ordered by JLPT level or, at your choice, a number of other systems.
Semel scriptum decem lectum!
Inspects the heap of the GHC runtime, enabling unrestricted debug printing (without a
Show instance) and similar shenanigans.
Optimized left folds for Haskell.
Meditation, for all its purported benefits, can be harmful to your mental health if you overdo it.
A functional game engine for Scala.js, targeted at programmers rather than game designers.
A Haskell combinator library for text formatting.
Matt Yglesias on copyright. Weighing financial incentives against the interest of society in open culture leads him to favor a copyright term limited to 30 years, give or take.